Health Data & Reporting

We believe that population health data – physical, mental and social – is invaluable to businesses to drive better business decisions, save costs and, ultimately, help the biggest asset a company can have – its people.


Human and financial cost

As with most enterprise organisations (and despite a sophisticated and powerful benefits stack), significant commercial and human capital losses are taking place through ill-health, MSK, mental health, inactivity, absenteeism and loss of productivity.

500 million people will develop noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) attributable to physical inactivity, between 2020 and 2030, costing a global US$27 billion annually

Physical inactivity is associated with 1 in 6 deaths in the UK and is estimated to cost the UK £7.4 billion annually

Around 1 in 3 (34%) of men and 1 in 2 (42%) of women are not active enough for good health.

Global medical plan costs to rise 10% with UK at 15% – Aon

Health insurance premiums 'to rise by at least 20%' as NHS woes stoke claims

£3bn was paid out in claims last year alone, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI)

4.4 million people covered by health insurance through their employer

Problem 🤯

As with most enterprises (and despite a sophisticated and powerful benefits stack), a global enterprise client reported that they are losing significant money through ill-health, MSK, mental health, inactivity, absenteeism and loss of productivity.

1 in 6

had MSK issues


were inactive

1 in 5

had mental
health issues

1.42 m

lost hours



= £26 million

estimed cost to the business (UK only, 2023)

The Power of Movement 💪

World Health Organisation guidance recommends a minimum of 150-300 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity or 75-150 minutes of vigorous intensity physical activity weekly, and encourages people to exceed these targets.

“The benefits are huge, not only for the physical and mental health of individuals, but also for societies, environments, and economies...”

said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus,
WHO Director-General,

We hope countries and partners will use this report to build more active, healthier, and fairer societies for all.

What are the health benefits of physical activity?
Regular physical activity reduces your risk of:

Cardiovascular Disease




All Cause






Type 2


GoJoe Impact

Improved physical activity levels

All categories of users (in terms of perceived fitness levels pre-GoJoe) experienced an increase in activity levels as a result of using GoJoe.

The increase was most pronounced in those who stated they were inactive, going from 0 times per month to 6 times per month.

Data, Insights and Surveys

Our high engagement enables us to uniquely combine quantitative (wearable/ app) with qualitative data, to give you the most powerful employee health data possible.

Privacy by design



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